How to Make Fresh Apple Cider with Your Juicer

Today, we’ve decided to go back to the basics with our fresh Apple Cider recipe!
Nothing beats a glass of cold apple cider on a warm day or during the fall while watching the leaves gracefully drift down from the trees. This homemade apple cider recipe can be added to any juice bar menu, and it is easily made at home.
With this recipe, you can ditch the kid-friendly, highly processed drink for a fresh, nutrient-dense, beverage perfect for any occasion!
We can’t wait to share how to make apple cider with this easy recipe, which was created by our Goodnature chef and juicing consultant, Ari. Unlike most apple cider recipes, you don’t need a crock pot, slow cooker, or strainer – just your juicer.
Health Benefits

High in fiber, Vitamin C, and Vitamin A
Lowers the risk of heart disease
Promotes weight loss
Decreases the risk for Type 2 Diabetes
Acts as a probiotic
Promotes the growth of good bacteria in the colon
Lowers the risk of cancer
Helps protect your lungs from oxidative damage
Regulates the immune system
Facilitates detox in the body

Apple Juice Recipe (yields 24 oz)

35 oz Apple
1 oz Ginger
1 oz Lemon
1 oz Peeled Oranges
1 oz Ground Cinnamon
0.04 oz Ground Nutmeg
0.04 oz Ground Cloves

For tips on how to prepare your produce for juicing, view our article here.
Directions:

Weigh and wash all of the fruit and the ginger
Run the produce through your juicer
Mix in the spices
Chill
Bottle and sell or drink and enjoy!

Note: If you prefer hot apple cider, heat on a stove top and throw in some cinnamon sticks. This will also make your entire house smell amazing!
This easy apple cider recipe is gluten free, vegan, and we can almost guarantee it will bring you back to your youth!
Customize Your Apple Cider
The types of apples that you use for the recipe are up to you – we recommend experimenting with granny smith apples, honeycrisp, pink lady, or other varieties. As always, we encourage you to experiment and make your own unique custom flavor – we recommend trying blueberry, cranberry, or reference The Juicing Companion for more flavor pairing ideas.
Depending on the severity of your sweet tooth, you may also want to try adding your favorite sweetener.

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